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Crazy Transport Tales – Part 1

This is the first of a series where I ask fellow bloggers about the craziest thing they’ve experienced while riding public transport. We all have funny/horror stories that we share with friends around a bar table. I am now collecting all those stories and bringing them to
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Photographic Evidence for Why you Should Jump on a Plane to the Philippines Immediately

The Philippines are fast becoming the new hottest destination in South East Asia. And it’s easy to see why. The vast natural beauty, tasty seafood, cheap activities and helpful locals are enough to convince anyone. And now with cheap flights from Sydney to Manila direct
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Highlights of the Philippines

The Philippines = island paradise and perfect setting for a budget, tropical vacation! A bucket-list country of mine. With it’s friendly, smiling people, white sand beaches,7,000 islands (some uninhabited), cheap food and drink… What’s not to love about the
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The Unwritten Law of Flip-Flops in South East Asia

The Law All backpackers going through South East Asia must abide by the following law, referred to from now on as The Law. Any backpacker failing to abide, will result in swift, relentless seizure of flip-flops and possibly even further unoccupied pieces of clothing depending on
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Travel Insurance – Stories from the Road

I was chatting to another blogging friend of mine, making jokes about the fact that we’d been travelling for years and never managed to claim much at all on our travel insurance. As a professional traveller I get asked a lot about buying travel insurance, and do you really need
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A Dingo’s Got my Sister!

After the case beginning in 1980 when a small child disappeared from a campsite in Central Australia, the line, always said with a thick Australian accent, “A dingo ate my baby!” became somewhat of a worldwide joke. Years afterwards, and to this day, Australians globally are
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Photoblog: Cuba in Colour

Alluring, majestic Cuba. One of the easiest countries to capture with a camera. Mess and madness in every corner, yet method to the madness. Colour and texture in every building, lifetimes in every face. The following is a collection of stories from Cuba, told through a rainbow. 
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How to Travel Cuba on the Cheap

Some people are under the impression that Cuba is an expensive country to travel, and it is, if you stay in fancy hotels and eat in your typical tourist taunts. But by implementing the following tips, I found Cuba to be amongst the top five cheapest countries I’ve ever travelled.
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Photoblog: Cuba in Black and White

Photographing Cuba was one of the easiest gigs I’ve ever had. The country is like a well-trained model, effortlessly showing off her best bits… Only in a grungy, dirty, derelict way. The dirtiness is what makes her so beautiful and such an interesting country to
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Highlights of Cuba

I’d been feeling myself drawn towards Cuba for many years. I almost went five years ago but chickened out, then spent the next four years working in Australia to be able to go back. I am very grateful I did because Cuba is now one of my top favourite countries I’ve
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